• j4k3@lemmy.world
    link
    fedilink
    English
    arrow-up
    2
    ·
    8 months ago

    After further investigation, apparently one of my routers 2.4G antennae is either held low or more likely fried. Sometimes the firmware is switching the working antenna more rapidly, enough to cause server outputs to look stable but other times it sticks on transmit or receive and doesn’t toggle. Gradio is apparently not robust enough to compensate for the inconsistent connection.

    It sucks because the router is from PCWRT and the dude updates and maintains the router and supplies a simplified interface. I’ve used it for years. It looks like LUCY has come a long way since I used it last. I have a couple of the same routers as the PCWRT router I was going to flash with OpenWRT, but the documentation for flashing this model is terrible. I guess I am going to need to figure out something going forward now. …so yeah, maybe not YT.

    • JWBananas
      link
      fedilink
      English
      arrow-up
      2
      ·
      8 months ago

      When your layer 1 problem turns into a layer 3 problem 😅